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Along the Redwood Nature trail, hikers will see Redwood trees up to 250 feet tall and 10 feet in diameter. Some may be as old as 800 years. A brochure is available at Siskiyou Forest Offices and at the trailhead which describes some of the plants and trees that you will see. This trail is designated for hiking only and does not meet barrier free access standards. It may present safety concerns such as poison oak, low hanging branches, narrow bridges and trail debris. This trail connects with the Riverview Trail which leads to Loeb State Park along the Chetco River.

Facilities at the trailhead include parking, picnic tables, a toilet, trash collection and self-guided interpretive brochures.

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